Best of Eastern Canada Tour Package (8 Nights / 9 Days)

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8 Nights / 9 Days

Tour Type

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25 people

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Canada, the second-largest country in the world by land area, is known for its stunning natural landscapes, including vast forests, pristine lakes, and towering mountain ranges. This diverse and multicultural nation is celebrated for its commitment to inclusivity and social welfare, with universal healthcare and a reputation for tolerance and diversity. Canada’s cities, such as Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal, offer thriving cultural scenes, while its wilderness areas provide endless opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts. With a strong economy, high quality of life, and a welcoming atmosphere, Canada is a beacon of opportunity and natural beauty in North America.

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Itinerary

Welcome to Calgary! Your Tour Director is on hand late this afternoon to answer any questions.

The discovery of oil converted this cattle-ranching town into a thriving, sophisticated city. Sightseeing highlights downtown, Fort Calgary, Stampede Park, the Saddledome, and Canada Olympic Park. Next, drive west through the foothills of the Rockies into Banff National Park. On arrival, enjoy an orientation tour.

Today is at leisure. Play golf, horseback ride, hike the many wilderness trails in the area, stroll through Banff, or simply relax at the hot springs. The park is the perfect place for wildlife watching, and you may spot some of these amazing creatures in their natural habitat. The most commonly seen are deer and big horn sheep.

First stop is Lake Louise, with its cold waters reflecting the surrounding mountains and glaciers. Precipitous gorges, snowcapped mountain ranges, and exquisite lakes come into view as your motorcoach scales three mountain passes. Another highlight is a stop at the Columbia Icefield to experience the Ice Explorer, an all-terrain vehicle that travels on ice measuring 750 feet thick. Late this afternoon, join our optional float trip down the historic Athabasca River. In Jasper, an orientation tour showcases the area’s unspoiled beauty. Accommodation for the next two nights is in Jasper National Park.

Join the optional narrated cruise on Maligne Lake to Spirit Island. On the return journey, you’ll be mesmerized by dramatic Maligne Canyon. With much of the afternoon and evening free, consider hiking or exploring Jasper’s local charm. While exploring the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies keep an eye out for native wildlife, including grizzly bears, moose, caribou, and wolves.

An exciting morning as you board the Rocky Mountaineer for a 2-day, all-daylight, classic rail journey from the Canadian Rockies to the Pacific Coast. En route, pass Mount Robson, the highest mountain in the Canadian Rockies. Follow the North Thompson River and enjoy vistas of the Monashee Mountains. Free time in Kamloops this evening. (B,L)

Reboard your train and head through the ranchlands along the Thompson River. Continue through the stark beauty of Fraser Canyon and the turbulence of mighty Hell’s Gate. After an early evening arrival in Vancouver, transfer to your hotel. (B,L)

Morning sightseeing focuses on Vancouver’s Chinatown, Gastown, and lovely Stanley Park. Afterward, sail through the spectacular Gulf Islands, known for their Mediterranean-like climate. Afternoon sightseeing in Victoria includes world-famous Butchart Gardens, Bastion Square, and Thunderbird Park with its collection of totem poles.

Morning departure for Vancouver. The trip ends at Vancouver International Airport. Please schedule flights after 1:30 pm.

Frequently asked questions

The best time to visit Canada depends on your interests and the region you plan to explore. For outdoor activities like hiking, camping, and wildlife viewing, the summer months from June to August are ideal in most parts of the country due to milder weather. If you prefer winter sports, December to March is great for skiing and snowboarding in places like Whistler and Banff. The fall months (September to October) offer stunning foliage in regions like Ontario and Quebec. However, Canada's vastness means that climate and conditions can vary significantly, so research your specific destination for the most suitable time to visit.

Canada boasts numerous must-visit attractions. These include the awe-inspiring Banff and Jasper National Parks in the Rocky Mountains, the historic and culturally rich Old Quebec City, the bustling multicultural city of Toronto, the natural wonder of Niagara Falls, the vibrant Vancouver with its stunning coastal scenery, and the unique cultural experiences in Montreal. Additionally, exploring the maritime charm of Halifax in Nova Scotia and the remote wilderness of Yukon are also highly recommended.

Canada is generally a family-friendly destination with safe cities, clean environments, and family-oriented attractions. You'll find a wide range of family-friendly activities, including visits to science museums, zoos, and national parks. The country's strong emphasis on education and healthcare contributes to its reputation as a great place to raise a family.

Canada's cuisine is diverse, reflecting its multicultural population. While staples like poutine (fries with cheese curds and gravy) and butter tarts are distinctly Canadian, you'll also find a wide array of international dishes due to the country's diverse heritage. Seafood, including salmon and lobster, is popular on the coasts, while Quebec is famous for dishes like tourtière (meat pie) and maple syrup. Be sure to try local specialties wherever you go.

In Canada, politeness and respect are highly valued. Queuing (standing in line) is customary, and it's considered impolite to push ahead. Canadians are generally tolerant and respectful of cultural diversity, so do your part by respecting others' cultures and traditions. Tipping in restaurants is customary, typically around 15-20% of the bill. Public displays of affection are generally acceptable, but it's essential to be respectful and considerate of others in public spaces. Additionally, Canada has a strong commitment to environmental conservation, so be mindful of eco-friendly practices and recycling.

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